ALUMNI NEWS

Journalist, Clinical Chemist and Theatre Director/Teacher Honoured With Alumni Award of Merit

Larry StoutLarry Stout BA ’60
Larry Stout began his career in 1960 at CKOC Radio in Hamilton. A year later, he moved to Toronto as a newscaster at CKEY. In 1963, he worked as a reporter for the Toronto Star, and in 1964, he began a 23-year career with CBC News. Stout joined CTV News in 1989 and has worked in several capacities - Toronto bureau chief, senior writer on the national news, and anchor on CTV Newsnet and on CTV Radio News.

During his career, Stout covered important national and international assignments and produced award-winning documentaries. For three years, he was an anchor and interviewer based at Toronto Stock Market Place, covering the major business stories of the day and talking to corporate executives and analysts from across the country.

After more than 45 years as a journalist in radio, television and print, Stout announced his retirement from CTV Newsnet.

Patrick CainesPatrick Caines BSc ’80, MSc ’82, PhD ’85 DCC ’87
Patrick Caines spent 11 years at the University of Windsor, earning an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and a Masters, PhD and Post Doctoral Diploma in Clinical Chemistry.

After completing his education at UWindsor, he worked as a laboratory manager at Metropolitan General and Leamington District Hospitals. In 1992, he moved to Rochester, New York where he worked for the Eastman Kodak Company as a senior technical specialist. In 1995, Caines began his association with Johnson & Johnson Co., where he worked in a number of capacities doing research and design, quality assurance, and quality, regulatory and compliance (QRC). Most recently, he took a position with Boston Scientific where he works as the director of Post Market Services.

Diana Mady KellyDiana Mady Kelly BA ’60, Professor Emeritu
Diana Mady Kelly began teaching in 1967 at Brennan High School. In 1970, she began her 24-year teaching career at the University of Windsor, retiring in 2004 as director of the School of Dramatic Art.

A highly-celebrated faculty member, she has won the Ontario Lieutenant Governor’s Laurel Award for Teaching Excellence, the University of Windsor’s Faculty Association Award for Teaching Excellence and the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Outstanding Teacher Award.

During her time at UWindsor, she and her colleagues realized the dream for a new teaching facility for the dramatic arts, when the Jackman Dramatic Art Centre opened its doors in 2003.


November 2007